Sustainable Educational Experience (SEE) is a community of environmental and social change stewards, empowering adults and youth of Pikes Peak Region through sustainable education. SEE strengthens community resiliency with the natural world through ongoing education related to: regenerative food systems, local ecology, artisanship and wellness, volunteer stewardship in our community garden, and donations-based self harvest.
We are empowering reconnection to the land in an increasingly disconnected world. Our society faces challenges of uncertainty: maintaining abundant food and water, dependence on pollutive energy sources, and social deterioration. We can shape a sustainable future of self sufficiency and community resilience through cultivating skills that reconnect people with the land and each other.
Employee salaries to aid to development, onsite office/storage/event space, relocation of our educational garden, breaking ground on our pollinator paradise, and interpretive educational signage.
Children are disconnected from their food more than ever and many think their fruits and vegetables were made in a factory. We are changing this narrative.
“Volunteering for SEE is a perfect fit for me; I have the opportunity to learn gardening tips while devoting time to a worthwhile cause in my community - plus taking home the harvest bounty is incredible! I am so grateful!” — Lee Larrew